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Term Dates

Term Dates 2017/18

 

I can confirm that we will return to school on September 4th 2017.  The first two days back will be INSET days.  Therefore the children will start back to school on Wednesday 6th September 2017.  The last day of the Summer Term will also be an INSET day.  Therefore the last day for the children will be Friday 20th July 2018.

 

  Start     Half Term Finish
Autumn Term September 4th 2017 October 23th - 27th 2017

December 21st 2017

Spring Term January 4th 2018 February 12th - 16th 2018 March 29th 2018
Summer Term April 16th 2018 May 28th to June 1st 2018 July 23rd 2018

 

Inset Days*

Monday 4th September 2017

Tuesday 5th September 2017

Friday 17th November 2017

Friday 25th May 2018

Monday 23rd July 2018

 

Term Dates 2018/19

 

I can confirm that we will return to school on September 4th 2018.  The first two days back will be INSET days.  Therefore the children will start back to school on Thursday 6th September 2018.  

 

  Start     Half Term Finish
Autumn Term September 4th 2018 October 22nd - 26th 2018

December 19th 2018

Spring Term January 3rd 2019 February 18th - 22nd 2019 April 5th 2019
Summer Term April 23rd 2019 May 27th - 31st 2019 July 24th 2019

 

Inset Days*

Tuesday 4th September 2018

Wednesday 5th September 2018

Monday 29th October 2018

Wednesday 19th December 2018

Friday 24th May 2019

SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL DATES*
(* our dates will be based around these – but have not yet been agreed May 2018)

Academic year 2019/2020

Autumn term 2019

Start of term

Half term

End of term

4 September 2019

28 October–1 November 2019

20 December 2019

Spring term 2020

Start of term

Half term

End of term

6 January 2020

17 February–21 February 2020

3 April 2020

Summer term 2020

Start of term

Half term

End of term

20 April 2020

25 May–29 May 2020

22 July 2020

* Every school has a number of INSET (In Service Educational Training) days for staff training, which are an important part of a teacher's professional development.  The Government is committed to raising standards of education, and supporting teachers to do this by providing the training and development opportunities they need. INSET days are an important tool for head teachers to help their staff keep their skills and knowledge up-to-date. At TDJS we have used our Inset days to update staff on safeguarding and  prevent duty, first aid, pupil's mental health and to further their professional development.   Pupils should not be in school on an Inset Day.
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